Why Barratt is backing the Social Mobility Pledge

David Thomas and Justine Greening 3

Levelling up is good for Britain and good for business, write chief executive David Thomas and former education secretary Justine Greening

For more than 60 years Barratt has been in the business of building homes and creating communities. For millions of people across Britain, the opportunity to own your own home remains intrinsically part of getting on in life.

But getting on is about wider opportunities too and, as we look ahead to the Britain that will emerge out of this pandemic, the role of business has never been more important in tackling inequality of opportunity in all its forms.

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